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Old 03-18-2020, 01:40 PM   #15
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I have a WOT box on my car, and can no lift shift with it. I have done data log testing with and without no lift shifts and have concluded that it actually does not save any significant time to use the no lift shift function. I typically make a 175-250ms second shift (the 1-2 has to be a lil slow or this early TR6060 makes you pay) with no lift, or without it. Shift time is limited by the clutch hydraulics, and the trans, and that's just as fast as it will tolerate, whether or not I close the throttle.

So, I close the throttle - it's not a boosted car, it costs me nothing, and it's a little easier on everything. I shift at 7200, and even with the limiter at 7300 if I stab the clutch at WOT at 7200rpm without the WOT box it will go north of 7600 before the rev-limter gets a-hold of it - that's not something I would want to repeat all the time. Every setup is different, and will dictate the best approach.
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Old 03-18-2020, 06:21 PM   #16
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Thanks for the info. I sure admire you fellows that can pull off those lightning quick shifts. If my Z/28 wasn't such a cream puff I would try to imitate. I'm concerned that I may just see expensive parts bouncing around in the rear view mirror!
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